The Devialet Phantom is publicly praised as the most powerful compact speaker to have ever seen the light. The 3,000-watt speaker pushes out an impressive 99 decibels, somewhat similar to the noise you experience while riding a motorcycle. Starting at $1,900, the speaker’s technical specifications are a bit confusing, even for audiophiles.
This impressive speaker makes use of the Devialet-designed Analog Digital Hybrid (ADH) technology, a self-contained system that combines the sophistication of the Analog amplification (Class A) with the power and small size of the Digital amplification (Class D). It’s all about two hermetic woofers that allow the Phantom to deliver intense beats, probably way too intense for an apartment.
Looking stylish as well, this 25-pound speaker is incredibly versatile and can be used wirelessly no matter what device you use. Music aficionados will have to control the volume through a special app called Shark, which may come in handy since the speakers only have one button, and that’s for turning them on or off. Sans the app, you’ll have to make do with the controls built into whatever you’re streaming it through, such as Spotify or iTunes. Entertaining your guests will never be the same, and whether you want to or not, the entire neighbourhood will have to party along with you. - Web: luxatic.com